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—Photomicrograph of ulcerated glandular mucosal epithelium with hybridization located deep in the glands. Horse 2; equine herpesvirus 5 (EHV-5) gB ISH; bar = 500 µm; inset bar = 100 µm. C—Photomicrograph of normal glandular mucosa from a horse with EGGD

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histologic examination revealed interstitial expansion of the alveolar parenchyma with collagen, intraluminal accumulations of neutrophils and macrophages, and occasional intranuclear inclusion bodies in alveolar macrophages. In all horses, equine herpesvirus

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fracture of a second metatarsal bone. Two horses with equine herpesvirus-5-associated pneumonia had contrasting SAA concentrations. Table 3— Data obtained for 12 CA horses in which SAA concentration was considered abnormal (n = 6) or not abnormal (6

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Cell Mol Physiol 2005 ; 289 : L709 – L710 . 10.1152/ajplung.00235.2005 10. Dunowska M Holloway SA Wilks CR , et al . Genomic variability of equine herpesvirus-5 . Arch Virol 2000 ; 145 : 1359 – 1371 . 10.1007/s007050070095 11. Mora

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, and the incidence tends to increase with age 1 ; however, TCRLBC can occur at any age. It was proposed that equine herpesvirus-5 could be involved in the neoplastic process, but evidence is still lacking. 7 In cats, TCRLBCLs represented 7.5% (56

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Vet J 2002 ; 34 : 542 – 548 . 21. Agius CT Nagesha HS Studdert MJ . Equine herpesvirus 5: comparisons with EHV-2 (equine cytomegalovirus), cloning, and mapping a new equine herpesvirus with novel genome structure . Virology 1992 ; 191

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.05.002 2. Bell SA Balasuriya UBR Nordhausen RW , et al . Isolation of equine herpesvirus-5 from blood mononuclear cells of a gelding . J Vet Diagn Invest 2006 ; 18 : 472 – 475 . 10.1177/104063870601800509 3. Bryans JT . On immunity to

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result in the formation of nodular lesions in the lungs as a consequence of the infection with a γherpesvirus: equine herpesvirus 5. 22 However this condition is characterized by a lung neutrophilia rather than eosinophilia. 23 Another condition

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Quarter Horses, this is the most important cause of PSSM, Dr. Rush said. In addition, three studies in 2008 gave an important understanding of pulmonary fibrosis in horses. One of them, published in Veterinary Pathology, concluded that equine herpesvirus

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